tuba


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Synonyms for tuba

the lowest brass wind instrument

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But, shortly after parting with PS600, Mr Abdullah's wife alerted him to a previous Examiner story about the tuba's theft.
"I was also really interested in effects at the time, and I thought that by us being so minimal that effects could augment the sound, you know?" Released in February, the extraordinary Fyah placed the meaty tuba firmly centre stage.
In short span of time, Tuba has turned into a style icon due it her dazzling and stylish personality.
When this occurs, Mogol said that Kennon Road will be subjected to closure upon the recommendations of the Tuba MPS and Tuba LGU.
We can develop Tuba as the Silicon Valley of the Philippines," he said.
Keller said the tuba is known for "oompah music," but is actually capable of a much more mellow sound that makes holiday tunes come to life.
During her visit, Tuba also visited children with cancer in one of the Algerian capital's hospitals.
A University of Oregon classically trained tuba instrumentalist reached the peak of his singularity this summer.
The "star of the show" on Tuesday was visiting British BBC Young Musician of the Year finalist in 2012, tuba player Christopher Dunn, who happens to be the half-brother of Tim Craxton, until recently the DCO's manager!
Atta-ur-Rahman has been elected by Bilim Akademisi, the Turkish Academy of Sciences (TUBA), as a Foreign Honorary Member of TUBA.
As for the other tuba, some of its working parts have ceased to work.
One of the youngest of brass instruments, the Wagner tuba remains among the least known.
JAZZ musician Joe Murphy today told of a transatlantic saga which led to him being reunited with his missing tuba in the North East.
MORFOMETRIA DAS TUNICAS MUCOSA, MUSCULAR E SEROSA DA TUBA UTERINA DE CATETOS PRENHES.
This metal mixture is used to make instruments, including the trumpet, tuba, trombone, and saxophone.